A week ago, the full House of Representatives of the US Congress unanimously passed a resolution requiring Serbia to resolve the murder of three of the Bytyqi brothers – Illy, Agron and Mehmet.

The document states that the development of relations between the United States and Serbia should depend on the progress in resolving the case. According to the resolution, Serbia should make solving of that murder a priority for the investigation and prosecution of those who they believe are responsible for the crime. The Bytyqi brothers were arrested in 1999 on  entering Serbia for allegedly crossing the border illegally at the time, were then released from prison after serving their time, and then they were killed. At what stage is the Bytyqi case? What has changed in relation to the victims of the conflict in Kosovo? Are the claims that representatives of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation were involved in the investigation true?

Guests at the studio were Ivica Dačić, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ljiljana Smajlović, Nedeljnik columnist, and Ivan Đurić of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights.